Sea to Sky Hotel and Conference Centre
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... headed up Grouse Mountain because today is GORGEOUS! Blue sky, sunshine, clear waters - just lovely. I'm catching up on work bits, as I have a feeling I might not get much wifi from tiny Bamfield where we head to tomorrow morning. Our last night in Vancouver with everyone here tonight before Stephen, Daemon, Maddi and Jamie fly home tomorrow evening. And Graeme and I get the ferry across to Nanaimo from Horseshoe Bay and begin our Vancouver Island adventure. Next stop, salmon ...
... around Lost Lagoon, to take pictures by the million dollar boats in the bay and then began the long counter-clockwise loop around the peninsula. We passed musicians, sunbathers and many other folks that had the idea to go biking on such a beautiful day. I carefully used my GoPro to take some video of the gang cycling around. It wasn't hard since the path didn't really leave sea level and we passed bikers of ...
... The minutes ticked by and after waiting for 20 minutes we knew we'd moved into second and went off for a shower. They came in nearly 30mins down due to 4 flats to the one wheel and unfortunately are now sitting back in 4th place as the team who beat us today moved up into 3rd.
So with the last day to go at Whilster tomorrow, a 20km, 770m elevation ride we have a 23minute buffer to 3rd place - first place is about 2hrs ahead ( pro riders from the US).
We have been having a ...
... br> We elected to forgo the desert and settled for a few more beers as we watched the activity on the harbour and floatplanes coming and going as the sun went down..
Lovely way to celebrate another milestone on the road of survival..
Back to the hotel to pack and prepare for a FIVE AM start..
Taxi booked for 06:00 to take us to the station to catch the Rocky Mountaineer which was the genesis of the entire ...
... at the top of the tide when the dangerous currents are at their weakest. Ashore we can see the lights on Port Campbell, and ahead, when we block out the over-enthusiastic deck lights, we can see the loom of the lights of Vancouver.
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We chose to go in June, which is early in the season, because it fitted in with other commitments, avoided a lot of the school holidays, and there is not as much rain as in later months. ...